To talk about class we can't help but think of revolution, solidarity and uprising. Nick Sellars considers why the men's movement should be a revolution every man can join in. Even the owning class.
Are all "real men" the same? Mike Leach explores the relationship between work, class and masculinity.
Sport, play and sex are areas in which we often mistreat or ignore our bodies. John Webb suggests how to treat your body differently.
John Webb questions cultural norms in the physical activity of sport.
Circumcision is a violation of a boy's right to an intact body, and without medical or moral justification says John Shanahan.
Matt Stewart posits some strategies to address Australia's disturbing record in this area.
A right to good health? Men's health or men's rights? Ben Wadham talks about the focus on men's health rights in the emerging men's health discourse.
Issues of justice and accountability are central to the development of men's health policy and practice. Steve Golding puts men's health into context and calls for partnership with women's health, spelling out the key features for men's health policy.
Note that a PDF version of the article is available below.
Men's health problems are not to do with being powerless or being discriminated against. Murray Couch uses the Proudfoot case to show that the real problem in men's health is men's power and masculinity.
Breaking the barriers to desire: Polyamory, polyfidelity and non-monogamy - new approaches to multiple relationships
Edited by Kevin Lano and Claire Parry
Five Leaves Publications, 1995.